Q: Air suspension system needs pressurization

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I noticed a fluid leak, and that the front of the car has dropped and seems to be resting on the tires. The battery is also dead. This was after the car was parked in the garage after four months. The same thing happened about a year and a half ago. It that time, I had the car towed to the dealer. The dealer added the necessary fluids and pressurized the system again.

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